I have had the very unique pleasure of being interviewed by Nathan Wirth for the Conversations about Photography section of his Slices of Silence website. The interview is quite personal, with revelations and musings and quite a few photos – including several unpublished works…
This creative prompt is somewhat vague – darkness. It may sound difficult at first, but this vagueness gives you a lot of creative freedom. Sometimes we have freedoms that we don’t even know we have. 🙂 Darkness has many cultural and connotative meanings that can be explored or you could attempt it more literally with a low key (dark) image. Remember that visually, darkness is the only way that we are able to perceive light – the whole yin and yang of realities.
I’m one-quarter of the way through completing my Masters of Fine Art at UCA Farnham, here in the UK and we’ve just put up an exhibit at The Lightbox in Woking. This is the work that I was printing and mounting in one of my earlier posts. Exciting Times! 🙂
It always feels a bit strange to leave the United States, where my parents live, where I grew up, to go “home”. But for my entire adult life, home has been somewhere out in the rest of the world where I live for a couple or few years at a time, before moving on to […]